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    John
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    Thanks for the tips Rummels, definitely helpful to know that you can still rig it up with the LAA. Makes me feel better about shelling out the additional money.

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    rummels
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    Let us know how the LAA works out for you.  I have the WE130 and I also found it necessary to add the LAA to my accessories.  It has worked really well for me.
    rummels

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    wickededge
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    The AAG is poorly designed. There is a lot of lower space on it that most people will never use unless they are sharpening a boomerang. It needs to go much higher. I have no idea what they were thinking of when they designed it. Hopefully they will fix that.

    Thank you for the comment. We are working on redesigning it based on feedback we’ve received. That said, the reason for all the locations in the lower half is because of the occasional need to tilt the tip of the knife down to find the “sweet spot”. The amount of space we gave was obviously excessive and we’ll try to move some of that real estate up higher. We’ll also make it longer.

    -Clay

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    000Robert
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    The AAG is poorly designed. There is a lot of lower space on it that most people will never use unless they are sharpening a boomerang. It needs to go much higher. I have no idea what they were thinking of when they designed it. Hopefully they will fix that.

    Thank you for the comment. We are working on redesigning it based on feedback we’ve received. That said, the reason for all the locations in the lower half is because of the occasional need to tilt the tip of the knife down to find the “sweet spot”. The amount of space we gave was obviously excessive and we’ll try to move some of that real estate up higher. We’ll also make it longer.

    Sounds great! Thanks Clay.

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    Tom
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